Son faked suicide of his father for the money.
In Canada, the court found the son of a millionaire guilty of murdering his father. About it reports BBC News.
The head of the canadian MillardAir airline Millard Wayne (Wayne Millard) died at his home in 2012. The son of the deceased Dellen Millard told the police that his father suffered from depression and alcoholism. With its filing the death was ruled a suicide. Dellen, who was then 27 years old, inherited father’s fortune and led the company.
Six months later, Dellen was involved in the disappearance of 32-year-old canadian Tim Bosma (Tim Bosma). The heir of a millionaire responded to an ad about selling a used truck, which gave Bosma. They met to inspect the car. Bosma Dellano allowed to ride his pickup truck and he went with him. More it nobody saw.
The car was found near the house which belonged to the mother Delena. When inside, find the traces of gunpowder and blood Bosma, the heir of a millionaire was charged with murder. After that, the police decided to re-examine the circumstances of the disappearance of his ex-girlfriend.
Delena friend Laura Babcock (Laura Babcock) disappeared three months before the death of Wayne Millard. As it turned out, before it Dellen promised new girlfriend “to remove it from our lives.” As in the case of Bosmal, remains never found. According to the investigation, Dellen burned their bodies in the incinerator, which was purchased shortly after the disappearance of Babcock.
In 2016 Delena was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Bosma. A year later he was given another life sentence for the murder of Babcock.
During the new investigation into the death of Wayne Millard, it was found that beside him the gun belonged to Delano, the weapon was found and his DNA. Alibi Delena crumbled after studying data mobile operator. Prosecutors believe he killed his father to prevent him to spend his inheritance on a new business.
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